the thing is that I'm not familiar with de moivre's theorem. i guess we did only basic complex numbers at school. i came across this question on a past paper from another examination board. it's prolly not in our syllabus.
thnks
Homework Statement
find the three roots of z^{3} = 1, giving non real roots in the form of e^{i\theta}, where -\pi<\theta\leq\pi
Homework Equations
z = re^{i\theta}
The Attempt at a Solution
i kno that one of the roots is 1, an the other two form a conjugate pair. i can't find them.